What’s On The Market: Waterfront Properties

Even if you’re not in immediate need of buying or selling a home, it is a lot of fun to check out interesting properties on the market. Introducing our new segment: “What’s On The Market.” This week we’ll take a look at the highest and lowest priced waterfront properties on the market in the Twin Cities.

The most affordable waterfront property is in Mound, MN at 2625 Commerce Boulevard. With 60 feet of shoreline on Langdon Lake, this 2-bedroom home is also across the street from Cooks Bay and Lake Minnetonka. Price: $121,300

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You’ll have to double the price to buy the next available lake front home. At $249,900, you could find yourself on Meadow Lake at 5828 Meadow Lake Road in New Hope, MN. With more updated features and 4 bedrooms, you could paddle board or canoe in your backyard to your heart’s content!

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On the opposite end of the spectrum, if you happen to have a cool $12 million, there is a gorgeous 4 bedroom on Lake Minnetonka calling your name. 2825 Little Orchard Way in Orono, MN has 360 feet of lakeshore and 75 acres of nature preserve. The 7 garage stalls will leave plenty of room to store your boat and jet skis and the 7 fireplaces will be sure to keep you toasty in the winter.

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Last, but certainly not least, is 1400 Bracketts Point Road in Orono, MN. With 360 degree views of Browns Bay on Lake Minnetonka, 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, a tennis court, 12 garage stalls, and 9 fireplaces, it’s not a surprise the most expensive waterfront property on the market is $24 million.

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In the Land of 10,000 Lakes, there are currently 422 other single-family waterfront properties on the Twin Cities market. To view more waterfront properties in Minnesota, visit our Team Lucky Duck website here. We would love to help get you into the waterfront home of your dreams!

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